Commit a67cdf3b authored by Antoni Bella Pérez's avatar Antoni Bella Pérez 🚵🏻
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Documentation fixes

Changes in this commit:
- Changue «`» to «*» for emphasize: following the mark-up conventions
- Changue «File Toolbar» to «Main Tolbar» -- was confused (an application without main toolbar...)
  IMPORTANT: This request GUI changes (an improve)
- Some fixes for menu items
  * (upercase) -- this must be started into GUI
  * Added shorcuts
  IMPORTANT: I planned to work with the GUI changes (improves)
- Remove confusion about Gimp or GIMP: Gimp image hose format/Gimp brush format
- Improves for last additions to master
- Fixes to :menuselection:
  IMPORTANT: I request highlighted for :menuselection: tags -- KDE style.
parent 2bf929ef
......@@ -49,7 +49,7 @@ Is it possible to use Krita in my own language, not English?
Krita should automatically use the system language. If that is not the case, please follow these steps:
#. :menuselection:`Settings --> Switch Application Language`. A small window will appear.
#. With :menuselection:`Settings --> Switch Application Language...` menu item will appear a small window.
#. Click :guilabel:`Primary language` and select your language.
#. Click :guilabel:`OK` to close the window.
#. Restart krita and it will be displayed in your selected language!
......@@ -115,11 +115,11 @@ There are two possible reasons:
- You don't save your settings.
This is most probable if you are on Windows and you have either a display with a small resolution (below fullHD) or if you have fullHD resolution with UI scaling in Windows settings (which is 150% by default). In those cases it might happen that you don't see the OK button in the Configure Krita dialog. You can use alt+O instead. (You can go to Configure Krita -> General -> Window and make sure that Enable HiDPI checkbox is unchecked to disable scaling for Krita and get a smaller UI).
This is most probable if you are on Windows and you have either a display with a small resolution (below fullHD) or if you have fullHD resolution with UI scaling in Windows settings (which is 150% by default). In those cases it might happen that you don't see the :guilabel:`OK` button in the :guilabel:`Configure Krita` dialog. You can use :kbd:`Alt + O` instead. (You can go to :menuselection:`Configure Krita... --> General --> Window` and make sure that :guilabel:`Enable HiDPI` checkbox is unchecked to disable scaling for Krita and get a smaller UI).
- You close your computer using the power button.
If you are on Windows and you use power button instead of a standard procedure to close or restart your computer, it might happen that Krita's configuration file gets corrupted. To solve this, just use the correct way of closing your system: either Start -> Restart or Start -> Shutdown.
If you are on Windows and you use power button instead of a standard procedure to close or restart your computer, it might happen that Krita's configuration file gets corrupted. To solve this, just use the correct way of closing your system: either :menuselection:`Start -> Restart` or :menuselection:`Start -> Shutdown`.
Where are my resources stored?
------------------------------
......@@ -175,7 +175,7 @@ Why do I get a checkerboard pattern when I use the eraser?
You’re probably used to Gimp or Photoshop. The default background or first layer in these applications doesn’t have an alpha channel by default. Thus, on their background layer, the eraser paints in the background color.
In Krita, all layers have an alpha channel, if you want to paint in the background color, you should simply do it in a layer above the first one (Layer 1), that would prevent you from erasing the white background color, making the checkerboard visible. You get the same effect in, say, gimp, if you create new image, add an alpha channel and then use the eraser tool. Most Krita users will actually start a sketch in Krita by adding a new blank layer first before doing anything else. (The :kbd:`Ins` key is a useful shortcut here). That doesn’t use extra memory, since a blank layer or a layer with a default color just takes one pixel worth of memory.
In Krita, all layers have an alpha channel, if you want to paint in the background color, you should simply do it in a layer above the first one (Layer 1), that would prevent you from erasing the white background color, making the checkerboard visible. You get the same effect in, say, Gimp, if you create new image, add an alpha channel and then use the eraser tool. Most Krita users will actually start a sketch in Krita by adding a new blank layer first before doing anything else. (The :kbd:`Ins` key is a useful shortcut here). That doesn’t use extra memory, since a blank layer or a layer with a default color just takes one pixel worth of memory.
Can krita work with 8 bit (indexed) images?
-------------------------------------------
......@@ -195,7 +195,7 @@ On Windows, the Krita User Interface is too big on my screen
If you're using Windows, you can set the display scaling to 150% or 200%. Krita comes with HiDPI enabled by default, so if you do that, the Krita UI might be too big for your screen. You can turn it off using the following steps:
- On the menu, select :menuselection:`Settings --> Configure Krita`
- On the menu, select :menuselection:`Settings --> Configure Krita...`
- On :guilabel:`General` page, switch to :guilabel:`Window` tab.
- Uncheck :guilabel:`Enable Hi-DPI support` (or check if you wish to enable it)
- Press :guilabel:`OK`, if the settings screen is too big, :kbd:`Alt + O` will trigger the OK button too.
......@@ -213,7 +213,7 @@ Windows: OBS can't record the Krita OpenGL canvas
The possible workarounds for this is to do either of the following:
#. Turn off OpenGL in :menuselection:`Settings --> Configure Krita --> Display`.
#. Turn off OpenGL in :menuselection:`Settings --> Configure Krita... --> Display`.
#. Or don't use the hardware accelerated mode (game recording mode) in
OBS, thus capturing the whole desktop instead of attempting to capture
only Krita.
......@@ -257,15 +257,15 @@ Your file got corrupted. There are several things that might cause this:
How to recover my files?
-------------------------
#. Check whether you have any backup file or autosave left: :ref:`autosave` .
#. Check whether you have any backup file or autosave left: :ref:`autosave`.
#. Check whether you can open the file as zip archive.
#. Rename the extension of the file from .kra to .zip.
#. Rename the extension of the file from ``.kra`` to ``.zip``.
#. Try to open (your system should automatically select an archive opener tool).
#. There is file called mergedimage.png inside that represents all layers merged that you can use for reference in case you can't restore anything else.
#. Check whether zip repairer tool helps.
#. Copy the file so you have a backup just in case.
#. Rename the extension of the file from .kra to .zip.
#. Use zip repairer tool on the .zip file.
#. Rename the extension of the file from ``.kra`` to ``.zip``.
#. Use zip repairer tool on the ``.zip`` file.
.. code-block:: bash
......@@ -286,7 +286,7 @@ How to recover my files?
#. Try to open in Krita.
#. If it cannot be opened in Krita, try the trick from 2.: open the archive and find mergedimage.png file.
#. Open your file in Notepad or any other text editor. If the the content of the file is only a repeated `NUL` symbol, it means the file is most probably unrecoverable using the standard method. If it's of a very high importance for you, you can try to recover the previous save using methods that checks the hard drive directly.
#. Open your file in Notepad or any other text editor. If the the content of the file is only a repeated *NUL* symbol, it means the file is most probably unrecoverable using the standard method. If it's of a very high importance for you, you can try to recover the previous save using methods that checks the hard drive directly.
Krita crashes on Windows 7 on start-up
......@@ -363,7 +363,7 @@ You can configure this by going to the :ref:`tablet_settings`.
Microsoft Surface Pro and N-Trig
--------------------------------
Krita 3.3.0 and later supports the Windows Pointer API (Windows Ink) natively. Your Surface Pro or other N-Trig enabled pen tablet should work out of the box with Krita after you enable Windows Ink in :menuselection:`Settings --> Configure Krita --> Tablet`.
Krita 3.3.0 and later supports the Windows Pointer API (Windows Ink) natively. Your Surface Pro or other N-Trig enabled pen tablet should work out of the box with Krita after you enable Windows Ink in :menuselection:`Settings --> Configure Krita... --> Tablet`.
Tablet Pro and the Surface Pro
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
......@@ -423,7 +423,7 @@ Windows
OSX
:file:`~/Library/Application Support/Krita/`
You can easily do this by going into :menuselection:`Settings --> Manage Resources --> Open Resource Folder`.
You can easily do this by going into :menuselection:`Settings --> Manage Resources... --> Open Resource Folder`.
Then go into the *paintoppresets* folder and remove the latest created
file that you made of your preset.
......@@ -459,7 +459,7 @@ Please also check `this page <https://phabricator.kde.org/T7199>`_.
Slow start-up
-------------
You probably have too many resources installed. Deactivate some bundles under :menuselection:`Settings --> Manage Resources`.
You probably have too many resources installed. Deactivate some bundles under the :menuselection:`Settings --> Manage Resources...` menu item.
If you're using Windows with the portable zip file, Windows will scan all files every time you start Krita. That takes ages. Either use the installer or tell Microsoft Security Essentials to make an exception for Krita.
......@@ -467,10 +467,10 @@ Slow Brushes
------------
- Check if you accidentally turned on the stabilizer in the tool options docker.
- Try another scaling mode like trilinear. :menuselection:`Settings --> Configure Krita --> Display`.
- Try another scaling mode like trilinear. :menuselection:`Settings --> Configure Krita... --> Display`.
- Try a lower channel depth than 16-bit.
- For NVidia, try a 16-bit floating point color space.
- For older AMD CPU's (Krita 2.9.10 and above), turn off the vector optimizations that are broken on AMD CPUs. :menuselection:`Settings --> Configure Krita --> Performance`. This isn't needed if you've got an AMD Threadripper™ CPU.
- For older AMD CPU's (Krita 2.9.10 and above), turn off the vector optimizations that are broken on AMD CPUs. :menuselection:`Settings --> Configure Krita... --> Performance`. This isn't needed if you've got an AMD Threadripper™ CPU.
- It's a fairly memory hungry program, so 2GB of RAM is the minimum, and 4GB is the preferable minimum.
- Check that nothing else is hogging your CPU.
- Check that Instant Preview is enabled if you're using bigger brushes (but for very small brushes, make sure is disabled).
......@@ -482,7 +482,7 @@ Slow Brushes
Slowdown after a been working for a while
-----------------------------------------
Once you have the slowdown, click on the image-dimensions in the status bar. It will tell you how much RAM Krita is using, if it has hit the limit, or whether it has started swapping. Swapping can slow down a program a lot, so either work on smaller images or turn up the maximum amount of RAM in :menuselection:`Settings --> Configure Krita --> Performance --> Advanced Tab`.
Once you have the slowdown, click on the image-dimensions in the status bar. It will tell you how much RAM Krita is using, if it has hit the limit, or whether it has started swapping. Swapping can slow down a program a lot, so either work on smaller images or turn up the maximum amount of RAM in :menuselection:`Settings --> Configure Krita... --> Performance --> Advanced Tab`.
Animation
=========
......@@ -549,4 +549,4 @@ Krita is a `KDE application <https://www.kde.org/>`_ — and proud of it! That m
Reference
=========
https://answers.launchpad.net/krita-ru/+faqs
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https://answers.launchpad.net/krita-ru/+faqs
......@@ -185,7 +185,7 @@ You can :sub:`subscript text` and :sup:`superscript text` by using ``:sub:`text`
However, use these super-sparingly! It is preferred to use the existing semantic markup in sphinx in any case, because that makes it easier for translators to make decisions about the nature of the text::
:menuselection:`Settings --> Configure Krita`
:menuselection:`Settings --> Configure Krita...`
:guilabel:`File`
:kbd:`Ctrl + Z`
:program:`Krita`
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......@@ -45,7 +45,7 @@ Quick solutions
*For Windows, all devices:*
#. Change API in :menuselection:`Settings --> Configure Krita --> Tablet Settings` (for some devices, especially N-trig ones (some of the convertible 2-in-1 devices), Windows Ink work better, for some it's Wintab).
#. Change API in :menuselection:`Settings --> Configure Krita... --> Tablet Settings` (for some devices, especially N-trig ones (some of the convertible 2-in-1 devices), Windows Ink work better, for some it's Wintab).
*For Windows, tablet/digitizer devices (not convertible/2-in-1 ones):*
......@@ -66,7 +66,7 @@ Gathering information
#. What is the version of the tablet driver?
#. Please collect Tablet Tester (:menuselection:`Settings --> Configure Krita --> Tablet Settings`) text output and share it: :ref:`intro_user_support_sharing_files`.
#. Please collect Tablet Tester (:menuselection:`Settings --> Configure Krita... --> Tablet Settings`) text output and share it: :ref:`intro_user_support_sharing_files`.
#. More detailed Tablet Events log:
......@@ -74,11 +74,11 @@ Gathering information
#. In the Log Viewer docker, make sure the first button is pressed (which means the logging is turned on).
#. Press :kbd:`Ctlr+Shift+T` to turn on tablet events logging.
#. Press :kbd:`Ctlr + Shift + T` to turn on tablet events logging.
#. Make a few strokes (depending on the situation, the user supporter or developer can ask you for specific series of strokes).
#. Press :kbd:`Ctlr+Shift+T` to turn off the logging of the tablet events.
#. Press :kbd:`Ctlr + Shift + T` to turn off the logging of the tablet events.
#. Press the third button in the Log Viewer to save the output into a file.
......@@ -112,7 +112,7 @@ Issues with rendering animation can be of various shapes and colors. First thing
If the user opens the Log Viewer docker, turns on logging and then tries to render a video, Krita will print out the whole ffmpeg command to Log Viewer so it can be easily investigated.
There is a log file called `log_encode.log` in the directory that user tries to render to. It can contain information useful to investigation of the issue (sharing files: :ref:`intro_user_support_sharing_files`).
There is a log file called *log_encode.log* in the directory that user tries to render to. It can contain information useful to investigation of the issue (sharing files: :ref:`intro_user_support_sharing_files`).
Onion skin issues
-----------------
......@@ -138,7 +138,7 @@ Other possible questions with quick solutions
#. When the user has any weird issue, something you've never heard about, ask them to reset the configuration: :ref:`faq_reset_krita_configuration`.
#. When the user has trouble with anything related to preview or display, ask them to change :guilabel:`Canvas Graphics Acceleration` in :menuselection:`Settings --> Configure Krita --> Display`.
#. When the user has trouble with anything related to preview or display, ask them to change :guilabel:`Canvas Graphics Acceleration` in :menuselection:`Settings --> Configure Krita... --> Display`.
.. note::
......@@ -156,7 +156,7 @@ Advices for supporters
#. Explain steps the user needs to make clearly, for example if you need them to change something in settings, clearly state the whole path of buttons and tabs to get there.
#. Instead of :menuselection:`Settings --> Configure Krita` use just :menuselection:`Configure Krita` -- it's easy enough to find and Mac users (where you need to select :menuselection:`Krita --> Settings`) won't get confused.
#. Instead of :menuselection:`Settings --> Configure Krita...` use just :menuselection:`Configure Krita` -- it's easy enough to find and Mac users (where you need to select :menuselection:`Krita --> Settings`) won't get confused.
#. If you ask for an image, mention usage of `Imgur <https://imgur.com>`_ or `Pasteboard <https://pasteboard.co>`_ (:ref:`intro_user_support_sharing_files`), otherwise Reddit users might create a new post with this image instead of including it to the old conversation.
......@@ -174,7 +174,7 @@ How to share a file
* Text only: `Pastebin <https://pastebin.com>`_ [*], `BPaste <https://bpaste.net>`_, `paste.ubuntu.org.cn <https://paste.ubuntu.org.cn>`_, `FedoraProject's Paste <https://paste.fedoraproject.org/>`_ or `KDE Snippets (needs KDE Identity) <https://invent.kde.org/dashboard/snippets>`_.
* ``.kra`` and other formats: by mail? Or encode the file using `base64` command on Linux, send by mail or on Pastebin, then decode using the same command.
* ``.kra`` and other formats: by mail? Or encode the file using *base64* command on Linux, send by mail or on Pastebin, then decode using the same command.
......@@ -186,4 +186,4 @@ How to share a file
.. admonition:: Blocked websites
If the user is behind a firewall of some sorts (for example lives in China), websites with [*] will probably be blocked; please use the alternatives.
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If the user is behind a firewall of some sorts (for example lives in China), websites with [*] will probably be blocked; please use the alternatives.
......@@ -231,7 +231,7 @@ LUT docker manipulations are per view, so you can create a new view and set it t
Another example is to carefully watch the gradients in a certain section.
Like ICC, the LUT Docker allows you to create a profile of sorts for your device. In this case it's the 'LUT', which stands for 'Look Up Table', and which can be added to OCIO by modifying the configuration file. When OCIO is turned on, the configuration in :menuselection:`Settings --> Configure Krita --> Color Management` is turned off, unless you are using the :guilabel:`Internal` color engine.
Like ICC, the LUT Docker allows you to create a profile of sorts for your device. In this case it's the 'LUT', which stands for 'Look Up Table', and which can be added to OCIO by modifying the configuration file. When OCIO is turned on, the configuration in :menuselection:`Settings --> Configure Krita... --> Color Management` is turned off, unless you are using the :guilabel:`Internal` color engine.
In summary
----------
......@@ -242,7 +242,7 @@ Krita has two modes of color management:
* OCIO works in terms of interpretation, and makes use of LUTs.
* both can be made with a colorimeter.
* If you want to have a properly color managed workflow, you have one made customary for the input device (your screen) and the output devices (your printer, or target screen). For web the output is always sRGB.
* Set up your screen profiles under :menuselection:`Settings --> Configure Krita --> Color management`.
* Set up your screen profiles under :menuselection:`Settings --> Configure Krita... --> Color management`.
* Do NOT use screen profiles or other device profiles to draw in. Use a working space profile such as any of the 'elle' profiles for this, as the color maths will be much more predictable and pleasant. Krita will convert between your screen and working space on the fly, allowing you to pick the correct colors. This turns your screen into binoculars to view the image.
* Use the appropriate color management for the appropriate workflow. If you are working with Blender, you will be better off using OCIO, than ICC. If you are working with Scribus or Photoshop, use ICC.
......@@ -304,7 +304,7 @@ Example workflows
Here are some example workflows to get a feeling of how your color management workflow may look like.
As mentioned before, input for your screen is set via :menuselection:`Settings --> Configure Krita --> Color management`, or via the LUT docker's 'screen space'. Working space is set via new file per document, or in the LUT docker via 'input space'.
As mentioned before, input for your screen is set via :menuselection:`Settings --> Configure Krita... --> Color management`, or via the LUT docker's 'screen space'. Working space is set via new file per document, or in the LUT docker via 'input space'.
Webcomic
~~~~~~~~
......@@ -345,7 +345,7 @@ Output
The CMYK profiles are different per printer, and even per paper or ink-type so don't be presumptuous and ask ahead for them, instead of doing something like trying to paint in any random CMYK profile. As mentioned in the viewing conditions section, you want to keep your options open.
You can set the advanced color selector to transform to a given profile via :menuselection:`Settings --> Configure Krita --> Color Selector Settings`. There, tick :guilabel:`Color Selector Uses Different Color Space than Image` and select the CMYK profile you are aiming for. This will limit your colors a little bit, but keep all the nice filter and blending options from RGB.
You can set the advanced color selector to transform to a given profile via :menuselection:`Settings --> Configure Krita... --> Color Selector Settings`. There, tick :guilabel:`Color Selector Uses Different Color Space than Image` and select the CMYK profile you are aiming for. This will limit your colors a little bit, but keep all the nice filter and blending options from RGB.
Games
~~~~~
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......@@ -14,7 +14,7 @@
\*.gbr
======
The GIMP brush format. Krita can open, save and use these files as :ref:`predefined brushes <predefined_brush_tip>`.
The Gimp brush format. Krita can open, save and use these files as :ref:`predefined brushes <predefined_brush_tip>`.
There's three things that you can decide upon when exporting a ``*.gbr``:
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......@@ -14,7 +14,7 @@
\*.gih
======
The GIMP image hose format. Krita can open and save these, as well as import via the :ref:`predefined brush tab <predefined_brush_tip>`.
The Gimp image hose format. Krita can open and save these, as well as import via the :ref:`predefined brush tab <predefined_brush_tip>`.
Image Hose means that this file format allows you to store multiple images and then set some options to make it specify how to output the multiple images.
......@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@ Image Hose means that this file format allows you to store multiple images and t
Dimension and ranks.
--------------------
The gimp image hose format allows multiple dimensions for a given brush. You could for example have a dimension that updates incrementally, and one that updates on pressure, or updates randomly. Upon export, Krita will use the ranks to subdivide the layers per dimension. If you have a 24 layer image and three ranks, and the first dimension is set to 2, the second to 4 and the third to 3, then Krita will divide 24 into 2 groups of 12, each of which have unique images for the 2 parts of the first dimension. Then those 2 groups of 12 get divided into 8 groups of 4, each of which have unique brush tips for the four parts of the second dimension, and finally, the grouped three images have each a unique brush for the final dimension.
The Gimp image hose format allows multiple dimensions for a given brush. You could for example have a dimension that updates incrementally, and one that updates on pressure, or updates randomly. Upon export, Krita will use the ranks to subdivide the layers per dimension. If you have a 24 layer image and three ranks, and the first dimension is set to 2, the second to 4 and the third to 3, then Krita will divide 24 into 2 groups of 12, each of which have unique images for the 2 parts of the first dimension. Then those 2 groups of 12 get divided into 8 groups of 4, each of which have unique brush tips for the four parts of the second dimension, and finally, the grouped three images have each a unique brush for the final dimension.
So, the following image has a table where dimension 1 is unique in one of 4 numbers, while dimension 2 is unique in one of 3 shapes. So our ranks for dimension 1 and dimension 2 need to be 4 and 3 respectively. Now, to order the layers, you need to subdivide the table first by the first dimension, and then by the second. So we end up with three layers each for a shape in the second dimension but for the first number, then another three layers, each for a shape, but then for the second number, and so forth.
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......@@ -89,8 +89,7 @@ If you want to do precision position moving in the tool options docker, just sel
We fix the top view now. Much better.
For faces, the multiple slices are actually pretty important. So important even, that I have decided we should have these slices on separate layers. Thankfully, I chose to color them, so all we need to do is go to :menuselection:`Layer --> Split Layer`
.
For faces, the multiple slices are actually pretty important. So important even, that I have decided we should have these slices on separate layers. Thankfully, I chose to color them, so all we need to do is go to :menuselection:`Layer --> Split Layer`.
.. image:: /images/category_projection/projection_image_06.png
:align: center
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......@@ -123,11 +123,11 @@ Predefined Brushes
If you have used other applications like :program:`GIMP` or :program:`Photoshop`, you will have used this kind of brush. :program:`Krita` is (mostly) compatible with the brush tip definitions files of these applications:
abr
GIMP autobrush tip definitions.
Gimp autobrush tip definitions.
:ref:`file_gbr`
GIMP single bitmap brush tip. Can be black and white or colored.
Gimp single bitmap brush tip. Can be black and white or colored.
:ref:`file_gih`
GIMP Image Hose brush tip: contains a series of brush tips that are painted randomly or in order after each other. Can be black and white or colored. :program:`Krita` does not yet support all the parameters yet.
Gimp Image Hose brush tip: contains a series of brush tips that are painted randomly or in order after each other. Can be black and white or colored. :program:`Krita` does not yet support all the parameters yet.
abr
Photoshop brush tip collections. We support many of the features of these brush files, though some advanced features are not supported yet.
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......@@ -42,12 +42,12 @@ can specify the dimensions, color model, bit depth, resolution, etc.
In the top-most field of the :guilabel:`Dimensions` tab, from the Predefined
drop-down you can select predefined pixel sizes and PPI (pixels per inch). You
can also set custom dimensions and the orientation of the document from the
input fields below the predefined drop-down. This can also be saved as a new
predefined preset for your future use by giving a name in the Save As field and
clicking on the Save button. Below we find the Color section of the new
document dialog box, where you can select the color model and the bit-depth.
Check :ref:`general_concept_color` for more detailed information regarding
color.
input fields below the :guilabel:`Predefined:` drop-down. This can also be saved
as a new predefined preset for your future use by giving a name in the
:guilabel:`Save Image Size as:` input box and clicking on the :guilabel:`Save`
button. Below we find the Color section of the new document dialog box, where
you can select the color model and the bit-depth. Check :ref:`general_concept_color`
for more detailed information regarding color.
On the :guilabel:`Content` tab, you can define a name for your new document.
This name will appear in the metadata of the file, and Krita will use it for
......@@ -71,7 +71,7 @@ Templates:
These are separate categories where we deliver special defaults. Templates are
just .kra files which are saved in a special location, so they can be pulled up
by Krita quickly. You can make your own template file from any .kra file, by
using :menuselection:`File --> Create Template From Image` in the top menu.
using :menuselection:`File --> Create Template from Image...` in the top menu.
This will add your current document as a new template, including all its
properties along with the layers and layer contents.
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......@@ -23,6 +23,6 @@ A small docker with Hue, Saturation and Lightness bars.
.. image:: /images/dockers/Color-slider-docker.png
You can configure this docker via :menuselection:`Settings --> Configure Krita --> Color Selector Settings --> Color Sliders`.
You can configure this docker via :menuselection:`Settings --> Configure Krita... --> Color Selector Settings --> Color Sliders`.
There, you can select which sliders you would like to see added, allowing you to even choose multiple lightness sliders together.
......@@ -19,7 +19,7 @@ The Touch Docker is a QML docker with several convenient actions on it. Its purp
Its actions are...
+------------------------------+-----------------------+----------------------+
| Open File | Save File | Save As |
| Open File | Save File | Save As... |
+------------------------------+-----------+-----------+----------------------+
| Undo | Redo |
+------------------------------------------+----------------------------------+
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......@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@ Vector Library
.. versionadded: 4.0
The Vector Library Docker loads the symbol libraries in SVG files, when those SVG files are put into the "symbols" folder in the resource folder :menuselection:`Settings --> Manage Resources --> Open Resource Folder`.
The Vector Library Docker loads the symbol libraries in SVG files, when those SVG files are put into the "symbols" folder in the resource folder :menuselection:`Settings --> Manage Resources... --> Open Resource Folder`.
The vector symbols can then be dragged and dropped onto the canvas, allowing you to quickly use complicated images.
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......@@ -27,12 +27,12 @@ Using the Debug Package
If you have your Krita version installed and you want to get a backtrace, it's best to download a portable version
(either the latest release, or the one that someone told you to try, for example Krita Next or Krita Plus package).
Alongside downloading the portable version, download the debug symbols package, too. It should be located in the same place
you download Krita. You can see which is which by checking the end of the name of the zip file - debug symbols package always ends with `-dbg.zip`.
you download Krita. You can see which is which by checking the end of the name of the zip file - debug symbols package always ends with *-dbg.zip*.
* Links to the debug packages should be available on the release announcement news item on https://krita.org/, along with the release packages. You can find debug packages for any release either in https://download.kde.org/stable/krita for stable releases or in https://download.kde.org/unstable/krita for unstable releases (for example beta versions). Portable zip and debug zip are found next to each other.
* Make sure you’ve downloaded the same version of debug package for the portable package you intend to debug / get a better backtrace.
* Extract the portable Krita.
* Extract the files from the debug symbols package inside the portable Krita main directory, where the sub-directories `bin`, `lib` and `share` is located, like in the figures below:
* Extract the files from the debug symbols package inside the portable Krita main directory, where the sub-directories *bin*, *lib* and *share* is located, like in the figures below:
.. image:: /images/Mingw-dbg7zip.png
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Krita cannot show HDR with any given monitor, you will need an HDR capable setup. HDR capable setups are screens which can show more than 100 nits, preferably a value like 1000 and can show the rec 2020 PQ space. You will need to have the appropriate display cable(otherwise the values are just turned into regular SDR) and a graphics card which supports HDR, as well as suitable drivers. You then also need to configure the system settings for HDR.
If you can confirm that the system understands your setup as an HDR setup, you can continue your :ref:`configuration in Krita<hdr_display_settings>`, in :menuselection:`Settings --> Configure Krita --> Display`. There, you need to select the preferred surface, which should be as close to the display format as possible. Then restart Krita.
If you can confirm that the system understands your setup as an HDR setup, you can continue your :ref:`configuration in Krita<hdr_display_settings>`, in :menuselection:`Settings --> Configure Krita... --> Display`. There, you need to select the preferred surface, which should be as close to the display format as possible. Then restart Krita.
Painting in HDR
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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.. warning::
Instant Preview requires OpenGL 3.0 support at minimum. So if you don't have :guilabel:`high-quality` scaling available in :menuselection:`Settings --> Configure Krita --> Display --> Display scaling filter`, then you won't be able to use Instant Preview either.
Instant Preview requires OpenGL 3.0 support at minimum. So if you don't have :guilabel:`high-quality` scaling available in :menuselection:`Settings --> Configure Krita... --> Display --> Display scaling filter`, then you won't be able to use Instant Preview either.
.. figure:: /images/brushes/Lod_position.png
:align: right
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Pastes the copied buffer into the image as a new layer. Shortcut: :kbd:`Ctrl + V`
Paste at Cursor
Same as :term:`paste`, but aligns the image to the cursor.
Same as :term:`paste`, but aligns the image to the cursor. Shortcut: :kbd:`Ctrl + Alt + V`
Paste into new image
Pastes the copied buffer into a new image.
Paste into New Image
Pastes the copied buffer into a new image. Shortcut: :kbd:`Ctrl + Shift + N`
Clear
Clear the current layer. Shortcut: :kbd:`Del`
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Fill with Background Color
Fills the layer or selection with the background color. Shortcut: :kbd:`Backspace`
Fill with pattern
Fill with Pattern
Fills the layer or selection with the active pattern.
Stroke Selected Shapes
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.. glossary::
New
Make a new file.
Make a new file. Shortcut: :kbd:`Ctrl + N`
Open
Open a previously created file.
Open...
Open a previously created file. Shortcut: :kbd:`Ctrl + O`
Open Recent
Open the recently opened document.
Save
File formats that Krita can save to. These formats can later be opened back up in Krita.
File formats that Krita can save to. These formats can later be opened back up in Krita. Shortcut: :kbd:`Ctrl + S`
Save As
Save as a new file.
Save As...
Save as a new file. Shortcut: :kbd:`Ctrl + Shift + S`
Open Existing Document As New document
Open existing Document as Untitled Document...
Similar to import in other programs.
Export
Export...
Additional formats that can be saved. Some of these formats may not be later imported or opened by Krita.
Import Animation Frames
Import Animation Frames...
Import frames for animation.
Render Animation
Render Animation...
Render an animation with FFmpeg. This is explained on the :ref:`render_animation` page.
Save incremental version
Save as a new version of the same file with a number attached.
Save Incremental Version
Save as a new version of the same file with a number attached. Shortcut: :kbd:`Ctrl + Alt + S`
Save incremental Backup
Copies and renames the last saved version of your file to a back-up file and saves your document under the original name.
Save Incremental Backup
Copies and renames the last saved version of your file to a back-up file and saves your document under the original name. Shortcut: :kbd:`F4`
Create Template from image
Create Template from Image...
The \*.kra file will be saved into the template folder for future use. All your layers and guides will be saved along!
Create Copy From Current Image
Create Copy from Current Image
Makes a new document from the current image, so you can easily reiterate on a single image. Useful for areas where the template system is too powerful.
Document Information
Look at the document information. Contains all sorts of interesting information about image, such as technical information or metadata.
Close
Close the view or document.
Close the view or document. Shortcut: :kbd:`Ctrl + W`
Close All
Close all views and documents.
Close all views and documents. Shortcut: :kbd:`Ctrl + Shift + W`
Quit
Close Krita.
Close Krita. Shortcut: :kbd:`Ctrl + Q`
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=========
Krita Handbook
Opens a browser and sends you to the index of this manual.
Report Bug
Opens a browser and sends you to the index of this manual. Shortcut: :kbd:`F1`
Report Bug...
Sends you to the bugtracker.
Show system information for bug reports.
Show System Information for Bug Reports
This is a selection of all the difficult to figure out technical information of your computer. This includes things like, which version of Krita you have, which version your operating system is, and most prudently, what kind of OpenGL functionality your computer is able to provide. The latter varies a lot between computers and due that it is one of the most difficult things to debug. Providing such information can help us figure out what is causing a bug.
About Krita
Shows you the credits.
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Image Menu
==========
Properties
Properties...
Gives you the image properties.
Image Background Color and Transparency
Image Background Color and Transparency...
Change the background canvas color.
Convert Current Image Color Space.
Convert Current Image Color Space...
Converts the current image to a new colorspace.
Trim to image size
Trims all layers to the image size. Useful for reducing filesize at the loss of information.
......@@ -27,23 +27,23 @@ Trim to Current Layer
A lazy cropping function. Krita will use the size of the current layer to determine where to crop.
Trim to Selection
A lazy cropping function. Krita will crop the canvas to the selected area.
Rotate Image
Rotate
Rotate the image.
Shear Image
Shear Image...
Shear the image.
Mirror Image Horizontally
Mirror the image on the horizontal axis.
Mirror Image Vertically
Mirror the image on the vertical axis.
Scale to New Size
The resize function in any other program with the :kbd:`Ctrl + Alt + I` shortcut.
Offset Image
Scale to New Size...
The resize function in any other program. Shortcut :kbd:`Ctrl + Alt + I`
Offset Image...
Offset all layers.
Resize Canvas
Change the canvas size. Don't confuse this with Scale to new size.
Resize Canvas...
Change the canvas size. Don't confuse this with Scale to new size. Shortcut :kbd:`Ctrl + Alt + C`
Image Split
Calls up the :ref:`image_split` dialog.
Wavelet Decompose
Wavelet Decompose...
Does :ref:`wavelet_decompose` on the current layer.
Separate Image
Separate Image...
:ref:`Separates <separate_image>` the image into channels.
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Offset Layer
Offset the layer pixels by a given amount.
Split...
Split
Organizes the following actions:
Split Alpha
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Clones Array
A complex bit of functionality to generate clone-layers for quick sprite making. See :ref:`clones_array` for more details.
Edit Metadata
Edit Metadata...
Each layer can have its own metadata.
Histogram
Shows a histogram.
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Removed. Use the :ref:`histogram_docker` instead.
Merge With Layer Below
Merge with Layer Below
Merge a layer down.
Flatten Layer
Flatten a Group Layer or flatten the masks into any other layer.
Rasterize Layer
For making vectors into raster layers.
Flatten Image
Flatten all layers into one.
Layerstyle (2.9.5+)
Flatten all layers into one. Shortcut :kbd:`Ctrl + Shift + E`
Layerstyle... (2.9.5+)
Set the PS-style layerstyle.
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